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Monday, 24 October 2011

Marco Simoncelli

Rest In Peace,a candle in the wind,wound up at the crest of your dreams,from the podium always in fans minds.A dream Cut short in your prime.The Moto GP- my Sunday take,glued to the screen tears flow,I will miss you.
The moments at the Malaysian GP in Sepang will always be remembered,glory beckoned but fate struck,from my desk to the trucks your skills,swiftness,true champion ,world class rides..RIP.To Italian friends and families courage be with you and may another Simoncelli Rise.

Friday, 21 October 2011

Gaddafi Gone

The rise and fall of Africa dictators,time has come and change came from Washington ,remember the speech in Egypt ..Barrack Obama said ....Change is eminent and its here.
More heads will fall more bloodshed and the people will be liberated.The iron fists chopped,the tyrants fallen,the people are free..and let Africa Rise to meet its challenges.
What next for Africa,what role does AU play and what will NATO play?
May there be peace in post Gaddafi.
Africa rise from the long hatred and wars may peace reign ..

Friday, 14 October 2011

Title /Theme: Social Exclusion and Media

Social science:
Title /Theme: Social Exclusion and Media

Author: Joshua Boitt (M.A Journalism and Mass Communication Dr.B.A.M. University Aurangabad Maharashtra)

Mentor: Prof. Sudhir Ghavhane

Joshua Boitt is a first year Masters student, double majoring in Journalism and Mass communication Raised by an uncle and single parent, he pursued a life in social sciences.Boitt is also the president of K.AS.A Kenya African Student Association in Aurangabad India a student-run body that acts as a liaison between students body and the Kenyan Embassy in New Delhi .He focuses on social exclusion and fusion of democracy and communism to bring back the social fabric that’s once held the society together. The contemporary changes happenings, is a driving factor in Boitt’ quest to unite people and promote peace, love and harmony. An application he is to projecting through the media.


With the events culminating the political changes in North Africa and Middle East, social exclusion and the media has played a key role. Despite the vast research by Africans on rising middle class in Africa and political changes, less is known about what transpired in youth minds that’s led to street protest. The drama unfold when a lone man Mohammed Bouazizi takes the extreme step to protest the iron fist of the authorities  by setting himself on fire in Tunisia giving a wide panorama of the reality on the ground. He depicts the corruption, the bureaucracy, unemployment and price rise in basic commodities of the regime. Politics and social exclusion fused, creating a dent in media for the events were never predicted.  Statistical data neither showed the perceptions and harmony in the changes that took place. A study through, interviews of two Egyptian students. A critical analysis news that’s elevates the extent of the issues in the regions. This interviews and analysis opens great  scope  for more research into social change and the role that social media played over the traditional media.

Friday, 7 October 2011


Rest In peace Steven Paul Job,
I grieve for the finest apple leaf has fallen. An apple has been bitten off,the tree shades leaves,the apple lone ranger ,sap oozes and creme de la creme has gone ,ijosh mourn, itap the leaf, itouch the apple, ipod the podium, ipad the paddle and the odyssey at sea shore, i phone phonetics for Steven Paul Job made a dream of finest gadgets that made me window shop every weekend for apple products. Admirable to every covered or naked eye,To every willing and wishing  heart,to every daring and desiring mind..Apple Top Notch..R.I.P